For immediate release through November 20th, 2011
Liz Bacon
(971) 212-8034





The Julians present:  “He Said/She Said”
at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Parish
Sunday November 20th at 2 pm

Join Portland’s genre-defying lady vocal quartet as they pioneer their own gender study through music as part of the 2011-2012 St. Stephen’s Episcopal Parish concert series. Female and male composers’ takes on topics will be performed side by side in a variety of styles including: classical, indie, jazz, and pop. Composers as diverse as Björk, Johannes Brahms, Regina Spektor, Michael Adamis, Joni Mitchell, Benjamin Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie and Postal Service, Kristina Vasiliauskaitė, John Lennon, and local composer Renée Favand-See will be featured. You’ll experience new and old favorites in a brand new way through the bioptic lens of “He Said/She Said.”
The Julians will be joined by Chris Fotinakis on violin, viola and guitar.

WHEN:  Sunday, November 20th at 2 pm
WHERE:  St. Stephen’s Episcopal Parish 1432 SW 13th Portland, OR (on the corner of SW 13th & Clay)
TICKETS:  $10 cash/check suggested donation at the door or tickets can be purchased at: 503-227-5783 or e-mail


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